I have seen that too but this is what I call chocolate brindle but some would call it fawn. But her nose and highlights are chocolate.See, I call dogs Tasha's color chocolate brindles, because the masking color is chocolate. (Since a rednose dog can't produce black pigment.) I've heard some people say you call brindle after the maskng color (meaning any dog with black in the coat is going go be a black brindle). And others say you call it after the base coat color. Pretty sure the AKC would call that red brindle or even mahogany brindle, and they don't get rednose dogs (they call them liver if I'm not mistaken). Its all about as clear as mud.